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Posted August 15, 2014 by

College Students, Will You Prefer a MBA or a MPA When Searching for Jobs?

Before graduating and searching for jobs, some college students might want to earn either an MBA or an MPA.  Which one should they choose?  The following post might help students decide.

Stuck deciding between a Master in Public Administration (MPA) and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) is a hard place to be. Although it depends on what you want out of the degree, here are some factors that could help you make the choice to invest upwards of $120K and two years of your life in the

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Posted August 04, 2014 by

College Student, Want to Maximize Your MBA Program to Help Your Search for Jobs? What You Can Do

While an MBA can help a college student in his or her search for jobs, it is important that he or she gets the most out of the chosen program.  Learn how a college student can maximize a MBA program to prepare them for the future in the following post.

MBA programs are all designed with the same goal in mind — to turn out well educated, ready-to-lead MBAs. But not all MBA students are created equal, as evidenced by that mid-career professional looking to launch into the next phase, the young college grad planning to enter the workforce with that all-important master’s in hand,

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Posted July 15, 2014 by

Are You a College Student Considering an MBA Before Searching for Jobs? 3 Factors for Making Your Decision

Before searching for jobs, a college student may be thinking about getting an MBA.  How would he or she know what is the right decision?  Consider these three factors in the following post.

Should I get an MBA? Ah, the great MBA debate. Like any heavy decision, a myriad of moving pieces and puzzling parts are involved. And there’s no shortage of internal voices and talking heads offering their unsolicited advice. For every post you read in support of an MBA, you find another cautioning against an MBA. Whichever argument you choose to make,

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Posted June 27, 2014 by

Want Recruiters to Accept Your MBA Recommendation Letters? 5 Tips to Remember

When trying to get people to write letters of recommendation for business school, remember these five tips to impress recruiters in the following post.

Business, it is often said, is all about relationships. Success often hinges more on whom, rather than what, you know. That’s one reason it’s important to secure superior recommendation letters when applying to graduate business school programs. If you can show MBA admissions committees that you’ve done a great and strategic job networking with impressive people who are willing to

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Posted May 02, 2014 by

Considering an MBA Before Pursuing Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 5 Reasons to Get One

If you have thought about earning an MBA before pursuing jobs for recent college graduates, the following post has five reasons that suggest why doing so is a good idea.

Everyone knows getting an MBA might increase your salary and give you access to new career opportunities. But there are others reasons that aren’t discussed as often why business school might be worth your investment. If you’re on the fence about enrolling in an MBA program and aren’t sure whether it’s the

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Posted April 02, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Landed Entry Level Jobs but Want to Get Your MBA? Reasons for Your Employer to be Supportive

For young professionals with entry level jobs thinking about going back to school to pursue an MBA, the following post has some reasons for your employer to be supportive of your decision.

Are you a current or prospective MBA student? Our MBA Corner is just for you. Heading back to school to earn your MBA? Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to quit your job. In fact, you’ll find many advantages to remaining employed, whether part time or full time, while also pursuing an education. Continuing

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